Judge: Jury To Decide Damages Suffered From Bank's Inadequate Responses

INDIANAPOLIS - A federal judge in Indiana on Dec. 18 ruled that Chase Home Finance LLC violated the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) by insufficiently responding to three qualified written requests (QWRs) it received from a borrower and that a jury should determine the amount of actual damages she sustained as a result of the violations (Deborah Walton v. Chase Home Finance LLC, No. 11-cv-00417-JMS-MJD, S.D. Ind.).

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